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COUNCILMAN DAVID SANDERS

THE CITY OF SURPRISE

SHOULD UP DATE THEIR WEB-SITE

CITY OF SURPRISE BOARDS & COMMISSION HANDBOOK WAS LAST REVISED 12/15/15

Appointed Officials
The City Council appoints three individuals to serve in different functions that support the City Council; Presiding City Court Judge, City Manager and City Clerk

THE CITY ATTORNEY WOULD BE INCLUDED IF UP DATED

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Current Opportunities to Serve

Seeking Applications for Voluntary Commissions

The City of Surprise is currently accepting applications for the following Commissions. All resident positions are voluntary.

Applications for the below mentioned commission are available for pick-up immediately and can be picked up from the City Clerk’s Office from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday – 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. Applications are also available on this link. Please submit applications to the City Clerk’s Office in person or by e-mail to: clerk@surpriseaz.gov. Applications are always available for all boards and commissions and will be kept on file for future vacancies.

Community & Recreation Services Commission2 Vacancies
City Audit Committee1 Vacancy
Download an Application  |  Application Process  |  Boards & Commissions Handbook

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City of Surprise News

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Arizona[edit]

Section 38-296 of the Arizona Revised Statutes,[2] entitled “Limitation upon filing for election by incumbent of elective office” states:

  1. Except during the final year of the term being served, no incumbent of a salaried elective office, whether holding by election or appointment, may offer himself for nomination or election to any salaried local, state or federal office.
  2. An incumbent of a salaried elected office shall be deemed to have offered himself for nomination or election to a salaried local, state or federal office on the filing of a nomination paper pursuant to section 16-311, subsection A. An incumbent of a salaried elected office is not deemed to have offered himself for nomination or election to an office by making a formal declaration of candidacy for the office.”
  • Note: Changes passed by the legislature in 2013 allow elected officials to publicly announce their candidacy for another office. Previously, they had to hide their intentions from voters, as they would have had to resign upon formally announcing candidacy for a different office. Now they do not have to resign their current office unless they file formal nominating papers and are not in their final year of office. The text above reflects these changes.

bob vukanovich

WE SHOULD CALL OUR LOCAL PAPERS AND TELL THEM THAT IN OUR OPINION THEIR COVERAGE OF SURPRISE IS POOR IF NOT NONE EXISTING.
2. anonymous Says:
Bob VUKANOVICH, I UNDERSTAND THAT YOU WERE VICE-MAYOR IN THE CITY OF SURPRISE, WILL YOU BE WRITING ARTICLES? OUR LOCAL NEWS BLOG IS A JOKE.

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Surprise, AZ (August 18, 2014) The Surprise City Council approved commissioning a monument in memoriam of Medal of Honor Recipient Staff Sergeant Nick Bacon, during Tuesday’s Regular City Council Meeting. Bacon served as the Surprise Town Manager from 1986 – 1990.

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The Surprise Police Department’s Citizens Patrol is one of the premier volunteer programs in the nation. Besides patrolling the streets and assisting at crime scenes, the Citizens Patrol assists the police by participating in programs such as Vacation Watch, We Care, vehicle impounds, sex offender notifications and many more.

For more information on the Citizens Patrol volunteer program or these events, please visit www.surpriseaz.gov/citizenspatrol or contact the Surprise Citizens Patrol at 623-222-4277 or citizenspatrol@surpriseaz.gov.

MAYOR SKIP HALL

The city council workshop of surprise, what a difference, members can make. In previous work shops the discussions were between concerned council members and their constituents, nothing like that anymore. The other night’s workshop had agendas like a council meeting and you are kept quiet, council members hardly talked.